Meet Your Instructors
As an Organizational Development Specialist, Lindsay brings to her work almost 20 years of experience in learning and development, organizational change management, and consulting. Lindsay delivers high-quality, in-depth training, consulting, and project coordination to individuals and departments within the City of Madison. Lindsay has served as a Wisconsin Women’s Network mentor and is an active member of the City of Madison Racial Equity and Social Justice Initiative (RESJI) Tools and Training team and an associate member of the Multicultural Affairs Committee.
Lindsay holds a Master’s Degree in Educational Leadership and Policy Analysis, with an emphasis on Higher Education Administration, from the University of Missouri – Columbia. She received her bachelor of art degrees in art history and classical civilizations (Phi Beta Kappa and Summa Cum Laude) at Bowling Green State University in Northwest Ohio.
Human Resources Analyst
Emaan works in a variety of Human Resources program areas including recruitment & selection, positions studies & classification, training & strategic planning, as well as employee & labor relations. Additionally, she is tasked to incorporate engagement and equity initiatives into the work processes of her assigned agencies. Emaan is motivated to consult and support City hiring managers, and also provide educational outreach to applicants and employees with the goal of providing greater opportunities to diversify the City workforce. Emaan joined City HR in 2012 and previously worked for the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources as a Forestry Recruiter.
Employee & Labor Relations Specialist
Employee & Labor Relations Manager
Greg is a strong and passionate advocate of City practices and policy. Greg has a history of working with organizations to create the conditions where everyone can reach their full potential. Greg has worked for the City of Madison since 2010, and has strived to approach the issues of employee benefits and discipline through a lens of racial equity and social justice. Greg holds a Master’s of Science in Industrial Relations and has taught collective bargaining the Masters in Human Resources/ Labor Relations program at the University of Milwaukee.
Human Resources Service Manager
Mike oversees 4 Human Resources Analysts and his team is responsible for most recruitment activities for the City, conducts job studies, provides strategic support to all City agencies, and helps carry out engagement and Racial Equity and Social Justice initiatives. Mike has over 20 years of experience in Human Resources, including recruitment, classification, benefits, and labor relations.
Human Resources Analyst
Julie is responsible for recruitment, position studies, and supporting employee engagement and Racial Equity and Social Justice initiatives. Julie provides consultation to managers, supervisors and employees on human resources policies, procedures and practices, and serves as a strategic HR partner for eight City agencies: Attorney’s Office; Employee Assistance Program; Fire Department; Human Resources Department; Information Technology Department; Madison Public Library; Mayor’s Office; and Police Department. Julie has over 20 years of Human Resources experience, including recruitment, classification/compensation, and benefits.
Human Resources Analyst: Benefits
Bill coordinates the City’s employee benefits package, acting as a liaison between the City and the Department of Employee Trust Funds and other third party benefits administrators, and assists employees with better understanding their benefits, including the retirement process. Bill has a lifetime of experience in being helpful and knowledgeable about a variety of subjects and is friendly and approachable.